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How to develop self-esteem in a child

Children age is a favorite part of the life each of us, when we grow up and remember childhood memories. Sometimes certain situations that we are making, were funny, but we are also realizing how much we've changed and gained confidence and maturity.

In the children's age, confidence is still not developed in all children, which is why many children due to a lack of self-confidence develop negative traits, become asocial, moving away from family and society.

In the children's age, confidence is still not developed in all children, which is why many children due to a lack of self-confidence develop negative traits, become asocial, moving away from family and society.

How to restore the child self-confidence?


Psychologists suggest us 4 tips to help a child to develop a sense of self-value and self-acceptance.

1. Be patient and careful of love


Situations in which children because of insecurity in themselves in various ways trying to divert your attention, with sometimes ugly actions, should not you drive out of line. 

Precisely, in these moments show that you are an authority, a mature and responsible person who possesses the patience and the right advice. 

Do not try to solve the problem with raised voice, because you will get the opposite effect in the case of a child with a lack of confidence.

2. Be a true friend to your child


Though daily business commitments do not allow spending a lot of time with children, do not let that prevent you from every free moment to make compensation. 

Give the child attention, show him sincere attitude and trust relationship. In this way, the children feel valuable and build their self-confidence.


3. Accept your child's character


Pressing child, conditioning or submission system reward-punishment will not bring positive results. 

Do not make him do what is in stark contrast with his character, because they will then have the impression that it is something missing. 

If you are tolerant, but also restrained in the right situations, letting him know that you are a friend or that you deserve to have friendship back, too. 

So in this manner, children will become flexible and this exercise will learn to appreciate themselves and others.

4. Educate child it in a proper way


Make sure that child knows exactly what border should not exceed and learn to take responsibility for what he has done. Before you punish him, always give him a chance to correct bad behaviour.

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